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Published On: Wed, May 9th, 2018

He (Rahul Gandhi) thinks the chair is the right of his family Says PM Narendra Modi

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CHIKKAMAGALURU (Karnataka): Prime narendra-modi-attacks-rahul-gandhi-over-ready-to-be-pm-remarkMinister Narendra Modi today lashed out at Congress president Rahul Gandhi after he publicly declared his prime ministerial ambition, and wondered whether the country will ever accept such an “immature and naamdar (famous)” leader for the post.
He said Congress President is always dreaming of the Prime Minister’s chair. He thinks the chair is the right of his family. He is arrogant. He wants to become prime minister even after his party suffered defeat in many States.”The Prime Minister alleged that the Congress does not follow democratic principles.
All of a sudden one person came and he declared…..did not care about others who are standing in the line. Did not care about other coalition partners. “There are leaders waiting for 40 years …he came all of a sudden and placed his bucket, and said I will become the prime minister,” Modi said during the final lap of his campaign blitz in election-bound Karnataka, where voting will be held on May 12.
“The naamdar who does not have confidence in his alliance partners… who doesn’t care for Congress’ internal democracy, whose arrogance has reached cloud seven, and is declaring himself that he would be the prime minister in 2019. ….will the country ever accept such an immature ‘naamdar’ leader?” Modi told an election rally in Chikkamagaluru.
Modi’s attack came a day after Gandhi said he was ready to occupy the prime minister’s post if his party emerged as the “biggest” party in the 2019 Lok Sabha polls, making known his ambition for the top most executive post. The Congress is dividing people on the basis of language, caste, and tradition, Modi said.
Mr. Modi began his speech taking the names of Guru Dattatreya, Sringeri Peetha, Rambhapuri Peetha, and Horanadu Annapaurnadevi. He said that if the Congress came to power again in Karnataka, it would take over places of worship. While religious institutions had treated people of all castes equally, the Congress was bringing in differences among them, he alleged.
Former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi came here in 1978 when her party lost in north India. “She made tall promises. Did she come back after she won with your support? Did she come back to your place? Similarly her daughter-in law got elected from Ballari, but later she forgot Ballari. She had announced ₹3,000 crore for Ballari. Where did the money go?”, he said.(With Agency Inputs ).

 

 

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